Blueberries originally came throughout Europe, Africa, New Zealand, Asia, and North America. Blueberries are one of the few fruits that is native to North America. For many years the Native Americans would gather and eat the berries that were usually found in forests and bog areas. The berry was even a part of the mythology of many Northeast Native American Tribes.
Blueberries can grow just about anywhere, but be careful if you have cold flashes. The plant cold freeze and die. Blueberries need very acidic soil to grow. Blueberries' soil needs to have a pH ranging from 4.0 to 5.5.
Blueberries are commonly used in muffins, other baked goods, smoothies, milk shakes, yoghurt and sauces. They are also used in a lot of desserts, such as fruit salad.
The binomial name for the blueberry is Vaccinium Corymbosum. A strange fact is blueberries are sometimes mistaken for huckleberries. Also, blueberries are one of the most popular berries in the United States.
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